Destem; wash; dry; pit; arrange in single layer on a sheet pan or cookie sheet that will fit in freezer; freeze; remove from pans and put into zipper bags; label; return to freezer; enjoy in December.
I like to pit mine prior to freezing. Usually, after doing that, I just throw them in a ziploc bag and into the freezer they go. If you are concerned about them sticking together, you can freeze them on a tray first, then put them in a ziploc.
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